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Old 09-02-2012, 04:39 PM  
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ROn Paul Might Run 3rd Party

I spoke with Dr. Paul this afternoon about continuing the fight by running on a third party ticket. I want to share what he said to me and let you know what needs to be done to make this happen. It can happen, but it's going to take some work. If you are willing to support this effort, please share this event and call in:


Mitt Romney won't stand a chance at being president if RP runs 3rd party

http://www.dailypaul.com/252900/upda...sident+2012%29



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Old 09-05-2012, 06:49 AM   #136
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There is no guarantee the economy is going to pick up in the next four years, particularly if Obama wins a second term.
I've seen enough reports that lead me to believe construction and small business are on the verge of turnaround. It's not because they're benefitting off great policy. It's because after you hit rock bottom, there's nowhere to go but up. Basically, this country is in great position for a dramatic turnaround. Will America be happy with a 10-6 team in 4 years? I think they will, especially with a popular person like Hilary on the ticket.

The American public is stupid. In 4 years, even if economic growth is small, they can point to how we moved from no jobs to average jobs. It would be like saying you're a great coach because your team was winning 7 more games than the last guy. Well... if your team was 1-15 and you improve it to 8-8, that's nothing to brag about, but it looks good if you frame it the right way.
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Old 09-05-2012, 07:04 AM   #137
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I've seen enough reports that lead me to believe construction and small business are on the verge of turnaround. It's not because they're benefitting off great policy. It's because after you hit rock bottom, there's nowhere to go but up. Basically, this country is in great position for a dramatic turnaround.
Pssst! It's another bubble.

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The American public is stupid. In 4 years, even if economic growth is small, they can point to how we moved from no jobs to average jobs. It would be like saying you're a great coach because your team was winning 7 more games than the last guy. Well... if your team was 1-15 and you improve it to 8-8, that's nothing to brag about, but it looks good if you frame it the right way.
Yeah, especially when they can't spot another bubble on the way.
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Old 09-05-2012, 07:58 AM   #138
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Old 09-06-2012, 11:18 AM   #139
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Reform Party of Kansas Offered Ron Paul Their Presidential Ballot Line

In such a hyper-Republican state, it might not make a difference. In any event, Ron neither encourages nor opposes such efforts, meaning he would sign no election forms.

http://lewrockwell.com/rockwell/kans...-ron-paul.html
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Old 09-06-2012, 11:29 AM   #140
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ya this will go well. He is what the people need right now, a President who will stick up for the common man and try to do what is right. What conservatives hate about Paul is that he will do just those things I mentioned and anybody who speaks out about this "great country's" leadership is immediately labeled stupid. Just look at people like redneckraider, anything that questions his precious republican leaders his only response is "you're stupid"

The people need a President like Ron Paul, the rest are just controlled by money and making certain people richer is their only goal.
So, another way of saying this is, he's not the President the people deserve, but he is the President the people need?

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Old 09-06-2012, 11:35 AM   #141
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I've seen enough reports that lead me to believe construction and small business are on the verge of turnaround. It's not because they're benefitting off great policy. It's because after you hit rock bottom, there's nowhere to go but up. Basically, this country is in great position for a dramatic turnaround. Will America be happy with a 10-6 team in 4 years? I think they will, especially with a popular person like Hilary on the ticket.

The American public is stupid. In 4 years, even if economic growth is small, they can point to how we moved from no jobs to average jobs. It would be like saying you're a great coach because your team was winning 7 more games than the last guy. Well... if your team was 1-15 and you improve it to 8-8, that's nothing to brag about, but it looks good if you frame it the right way.
Yep.

Pretty much what Obama and the Dems are selling.
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Old 09-06-2012, 11:37 AM   #142
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Reform Party of Kansas Offered Ron Paul Their Presidential Ballot Line

In such a hyper-Republican state, it might not make a difference. In any event, Ron neither encourages nor opposes such efforts, meaning he would sign no election forms.

http://lewrockwell.com/rockwell/kans...-ron-paul.html
Ron Paul is playing his supporters for fools. The only reason he's staying "out there" is to collect money from people who thought he had a secret plan to game the delegate system and now he's collecting money from those same people by selling the belief that he has a way to run as a third-party candidate two months before a national election. It's laughable.
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Old 09-06-2012, 11:38 AM   #143
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This doesn't belong here but I can't see a thread on it.

since we've discussed Paul on the LP ticket:

Wayne Allyn Root Quits Libertarian Party

He never belonged in it. He was an embarrassment. He's a NeoCon.

http://www.lewrockwell.com/blog/lewr...es/120255.html
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Old 09-06-2012, 11:48 AM   #144
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Ron Paul is playing his supporters for fools. The only reason he's staying "out there" is to collect money from people who thought he had a secret plan to game the delegate system and now he's collecting money from those same people by selling the belief that he has a way to run as a third-party candidate two months before a national election. It's laughable.
I would like to know where all this unspent money is going, since he is retiring from Congress.
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Old 09-06-2012, 11:49 AM   #145
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No chance in hell.

It would jeopardize his son's political aspirations.

Never will happen.
Yeah, Mark Levin is on record as saying that he would actively campaign to defeat RAND Paul if Ron did that.

They would primary Rand in a heartbeat. No, they are playing ball.
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Old 09-06-2012, 11:55 AM   #146
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Yeah, Mark Levin is on record as saying that he would actively campaign to defeat RAND Paul if Ron did that.

They would primary Rand in a heartbeat. No, they are playing ball.
Rand will be co-opted no matter what Paul does. It's just noise and a red-herring. The only insurgency within the GOP that has happened was with Ronald Reagan. Even he was co-opted later through the advisors. You guys need to wake up.

BTW I saw yesterday that Paul didn't get a speaking position because he was required to give Mitt a hearty endorsement. I actually think that was a fair request. Still glad he didn't do that though.

BTW Levin is wrong about the Constitution on Presidential war powers, supporting a "living Constitution" and is a most rabid NeoCon. Those guys despise Paul. That's often a sure sign you have one in your midst.
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Old 09-06-2012, 11:57 AM   #147
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I would like to know where all this unspent money is going, since he is retiring from Congress.
You guys crack me up with your innuendo about Paul being corrupt ( the least corrupt man in govt) when you support a corrupt organization. Classic projection. You see yourselves in others. This came up last time in 2008 and the Paul campaign put attorneys on this matter which allowed them, in the end, to put that money into the Campaign for Liberty.
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Old 09-06-2012, 01:03 PM   #148
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I've seen enough reports that lead me to believe construction and small business are on the verge of turnaround. It's not because they're benefitting off great policy. It's because after you hit rock bottom, there's nowhere to go but up. Basically, this country is in great position for a dramatic turnaround. Will America be happy with a 10-6 team in 4 years? I think they will, especially with a popular person like Hilary on the ticket.

The American public is stupid. In 4 years, even if economic growth is small, they can point to how we moved from no jobs to average jobs. It would be like saying you're a great coach because your team was winning 7 more games than the last guy. Well... if your team was 1-15 and you improve it to 8-8, that's nothing to brag about, but it looks good if you frame it the right way.
Fair enough.

The American people, at least the undecideds must be viewed this way, are seen as willing to buy that fact that the Clinton tax increases are a causal cause of the economic prosperity that occurred during his term.

Yes, he did raise taxes early in his term, but what was different from then and now, is that we are in no way shape or form, in an expansionary leg of the business cycle.

At best, we are in a protracted trough which is being exacerbated by all of the policy uncertainty("wet blanket") that the current administration is foisting upon the captains of industry.

At worst, we will encounter another shock, which will further destabilize the fragile and tepid recovery that is underway right now. Such a shock, could come in many forms, and I wish that none of these happen: Iran sinking an air craft carrier with a land to sea missile. Iran successfully detonating a nuke on our military base in Afghanistan. Iran choking off the straits of Hormuz for more than 2 weeks. Egypt shutting down the Suez canal. A drought of equal proportion to what we experienced here, occurring in South America, which would further tighten the already ridiculous grain Markets. The European debt crisis genie getting out of the bottle that the bankers are trying desperately to put back in.

The SS America, ship of state is adrift, with a weak and indecisive captain. If the American people, or at least a majority of them, are too stupid(your premise, not mine) to see this, then we will end up wherever the currents take us.
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Not a Paul backer but there has never been a bigger cu*t ever than Morton Downey. Once again it is amusing what type of shitbag people will attach themselves to he agrees with me on this so I will ignore the fact he is a worthless shitbag ~
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